Then the news flashed that a second plane had crashed into the World Trade Center building. I knew immediately that the crashes were not an accident. The probability of two planes crashing into buildings next to each other was extremely small. I told my spouse, "This can't be an accident." Little did I know how bad it really was.
I turned on the TV and watched the news. It was clear something bad was happening. There were images of the World Trade Center burning. There was a replay of the second plane crashing into the tower. I stayed glued to the TV until 3 AM (3 PM Eastern Time).
When I went to work on September 12, 2001, it was clear the world had changed.
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